showing that she was out rent aing movie the night of her daughter going missing, showing she's spending the morning in bed with her boyfriend after that. these are not the acts of somebody who, in fact, lost their child unexpectedly. now, count two, which i think is the one the state needs to focus on the most, is aggravated child abuse leading to death. there is no excuse whatsoever for having chloroform with a child, and if the jury accepts, which i believe they will, that chloroform was an instrument of death, that's where the jury will most likely land, and there there count three is still 30 years, and then you have the other remaining perjury counts or false statement counts, which will just be kind of secondary. minimum she's going to be looking at 30, and he think up to life. >> okay. so, again, if the chloroform is what is decided upon by the jury, the manner of death, if it was accidentally administered, that still is first degree murder. that still carries with it the possibility of the death penalty, or is death penalty then off the table?